Each exhibit at the Dundas Museum & Archives tells a story of the Dundas community.
Explore the galleries as you discover... Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?
We look forward to sharing the stories of Dundas through exhibits when the newly expanded Museum opens again to the public in the late spring of 2013.
Cradled in the Valley: Stories of Dundas
The First Gallery
Discover the stories of Dundas through the years. Imagine the valley at the time
of the First Nations' settlement. Find inspiration in the spirit of the Morden family,
the first European settlers. Wonder at the challenges faced by them as United Empire
Loyalists carving out a new life here, far from their Pennsylvania home.
The Second GalleryRotating exhibits
In the Second Gallery, the Dundas Museum & Archives hosts rotating exhibitions throughout the year mounted from its own collections, as well as travelling exhibitions.
The exhibitions vary widely in subject – sports and hobbies, tools, dollhouses, holidays, and life at home, for example - but always share intriguing opportunities to explore Dundas past. Pause in the comfortable sitting areas. Children will enjoy playing activities and playthings based on the theme of the exhibit.